Asking employees to fill out an engagement survey once a year not only won't help you gather useful information, it could send an insulting message that your organization values impersonal assessments over face-to-face communication, Liz Ryan writes. "If we value the connection between our employees and their work -- not to mention our goals, our profits, and our businesses' growth curves -- we'll ask people what they think more often than in an annual survey," Ryan writes.
Do employees feel insulted by your engagement efforts?
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